Named ‘Acconcahuac’ (the stone sentinel) by the Incas, Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Southern and Western hemispheres, the second highest of the Seven Summits and the world’s highest summit outside of the Himalaya.
This ‘Adventure of a Lifetime’ is a totally flexible program of activities and no previous experience is required. Experience an immense world of stunning beauty in the heart of Antarctica from the comfort of a specially built camp located on the Union glacier.
This Winter Mountaineering Course is ideal for those who have previously completed a Winter Skills Course or Introductory Winter Mountaineering Course and want to take the next step to progress to climb graded Scottish routes.
Introductory to Snow and Ice Climbing is aimed at those who already have basic winter mountaineering skills and want to climb snow and ice at grades II to III. Some previous rock or indoor climbing experience and the ability to belay safely is essential.
Our Aconcagua skills weekends in the Lake District are a great opportunity to find out more about the expedition, decide whether it is right for you and ask questions. We can also help you develop a full training programme.
The Bolivian 6000m peak Trilogy is unique to Adventure Peaks and provides an excellent opportunity to climb Bolivia's 3 highest peaks and probably provides some of the most stunning and best climbing in the world.
This great adventure combines the ascent of Mt Mulu Api Pinnacles, Mt Kinabalu and remote Mt Trusmadi with nature, the jungle and flora like entering the world of ‘Lord of the Rings’. It gives the thrills of the world’s highest Via Ferrata from the most beautiful mountain view in Malaysia and visits Turtle Island and the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre.
The Ultimate Everest Base Camp trek takes in the best of the Khumbu and Everest. Visit Everest Base Camp, climb Kala Patthar and enjoy more time and more views of Everest and the beautiful, tranquil Gokyo.
A Carstensz Pyramid Expedition is a wild and remote adventure to the true summit of Australasia.
The price and duration differences offered refers to three different options into and out of Base Camp : a magnificent trek supported by the mysterious Dani Tribe (16 days land only), by helicopter for a fast simple approach (10 days land only), or a combination of the two by trekking in and helicoptering out (14 days land only).
Adventure Peaks has had excellent success on our Cho Oyu expeditions. In 2013 and 2015 all team members reached the summit giving 100% success compared to our normal average of 80% success rate achieved between 2013 to 2016 and 2018.
Climb Mount Everest’s North Ridge with Adventure Peaks! We have been organising expeditions to Tibet (Everest North Ridge and Cho Oyu) for over 19 years making us the most experienced and valued British company operating in Tibet and we are able to attract good International teams.
The beautiful Ak-Sai glacier lies in the Ala Archa National Park, a protected alpine area in the Tien Shan Mountains of Kyrgyzstan . You will acclimatise whilst undergoing training in: ice axe and crampons, glacial travel, crevasse rescue, roping up and movement over glaciated alpine terrain, rock climbing and belaying.
Our Kyajo Ri expeditions begins with the trekking stage at Lukla and take two days over the spectacular walk up to Namche Bazaar. Breathtaking views and a fantastic sense of achievement awaits our arrival on this rarely climbed summit.
Lobuche is a beautiful mountain ideal for those people who have been on expeditions such as Kilimanjaro or Elbrus, or have climbed in the Alps and are looking for their next expedition to tackle their first Himalayan Peak.
The Atlas Mountains, from December to April, provide a great opportunity to put your winter walking skills to the test while climbing two magnificent snow-covered Moroccan peaks in a unique environment.
A fully supported expedition to Makalu, the fifth highest mountain in the world. Makalu is both physically and technically more challenging than some of the other 8000m peaks like Cho Oyu, Manaslu, Broad Peak and Gasherbrum II.
The highest of Nepal's Trekking Peaks - At 6476m Mera Peak is the highest 'trekking peak' suitable for anyone with little or no previous experience of using an ice axe and crampons but have a high level of fitness.
Just sixty meters lower than Aconcagua, Ojos del Salado can be found on the edge of the Atacama Desert (the driest spot on earth). It is the world’s highest volcano and one of the seven continental volcanic summits.
Our expedition to Satopanth combines the ascent of a magnificent, remote 7000m peak with a genuine cultural experience. Satopanth is situated deep in the Indian Garhwal Himalaya – the home to India’s most spectacular peaks, on a par with, or even better than, the best the likes of Nepal has to offer.
It started in the old Soviet Union times and became the ultimate challenge for alpinists….to climb all Soviet peaks over 7000 metres; Peak Lenin, Korzhenevskaya, Ismoil Somoni, Khan Tengri and Peak Pobeda.
Located in Nagar Valley among the immense peaks of the Karakoram range, Spantik (7126m), or Golden Peak as it is also known, is a relatively accessible and straightforward peak for people looking to venture on to their first 7000m peak.
To climb Mount Elbrus from the South is an exhilarating expedition via sweeping snow slopes to the col between Mt Elbrus’ twin summits before continuing easily to the true summit. A great mountain to climb after Kilimanjaro and as a lead up to Aconcagua.